Production Projects Include:
A one minute video pitch to the foundation managing Audacious Grants
A twenty second introduction to Project Peanut Butter's programs in Africa.
"Saving Futures. Saving Lives. Project Peanut Butter In Sierra Leone" This short story is designed to raise funds and advocate for humanitarian services in Africa.
A short film produced for Hope Services, a nonprofit dedicated to improve the quality of life for adults with developmental disabilities. This story is designed to introduce a new initiative "HopeTHRIFT" to property owners and real estate brokers.
The story of Jebbeh and Aminata, a loving mother and her daughter, in Pujehun, a remote area of Sierra Leone.
Documentary project for PPB, an inspirational international health care organization
Support for innovative program for adults with developmental disabilities
Aerial photography from the coast of Maine. A two minute flight through an enchanted land filled with fall colors.
Advocate for an international development program
Documentary support for international cultures and connections
Profile of a client served by ReSurge International
Larger commitments include...
Jeffrey Davis/Lumen's role as co-executive producer for the award winning “Art Wolfe’s Travels To The Edge,” a 26-Part PBS series, which achieved weekly audiences of over one million viewers during U.S. broadcast. MicroSoft, Canon, and Conservation International are sponsors for this Series. These programs are now broadcast in over one hundred countries. Click for sample footage
Lumen Production Company produced, directed, shot, and distributed short film projects for nonprofit organizations in Africa and Asia.
For ReSurge International, Lumen produced documentary still and video content in Bangladesh, Tanzania, and Zambia. This content flowed into ReSurge's web campaign, newsletters, fundraising appeals, advocacy projects, social media, annual reports, and other outreach. Click here for a link to ReSurge International's web site
For Project Peanut Butter, a nonprofit dedicated to saving two million children from malnutrition in the next few years through Ready To Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTFs), Lumen produced a twelve minute documentary film in Malawi to support critical funding and awareness. This film was broadcast on cable television and through the nonprofit organization’s website and YouTube. The film is also distributed through DVDs for donors, foundations, and schools. In addition, Lumen produced still imagery, a web site, and fundraising programs to support Project Peanut Butter. Click here for a link to this film